By Anirudh Ramakrishna Phadke *The following article was originally published by the author in “Research Papers on Defence and Strategic Studies Vol. 1” How successfully has India tried to manage the tensions between its strategic partnership with the United States on one hand and its strategic partnerships with Iran and Russia on the other? AsContinue reading “Did India Successfully Managed Tensions of its Strategic Partnerships between the US, Iran and Russia?”
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Amateur Superpower of World Politics
By Subhash Bhambhu The US presidency proposed September 11 as the withdrawal deadline for the US and NATO forces to leave Afghan soil. The date is carefully chosen in remembrance of the 9/11 attack. In an interview with Yahoo News, former White House adviser Richard Clarke indicated that there is a high probability of collapsingContinue reading “Amateur Superpower of World Politics”
Qassim Soleimani: The Red Hand Warrior
It’s almost a year since the death of Qassim Soleimani. Read this special commentary of the Iran’s second most powerful person and military general Qassim Soleimani. Read the article to know how he became Iran’s second most powerful person and the strategy behind his assassination by the United States.
The Doha Talks
By Nadir Shah Katwazai After two years of tough discourses and talks times comes for Intra- Afghan talks between the Taliban and Afghan government. The peace deal between the Taliban and American in late February without the involvement of the Afghan government in Doha was a much-complicated phase. The deal focuses on four main pointsContinue reading “The Doha Talks”